Peer Review in Carnegie Research Libraries

Joan M. Leysen, William K. Black

Abstract

The review of librarians by their peers is an elemental factor in advancement and continuing appointment. This article reports the results of a survey on structure, support, and expectations in place for peer review of librarians. The authors provide comparisons to previous research and discuss new information on the value placed on individual contributions in the review process. Librarian status is reviewed to uncover important differences in the specific structure of the review process and in how professional activities are weighed.

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